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I'm want to use the Cypress chipset for converting USB 3.0 to a parallel 24 bit RGB888 format. What chip would be best? Can the FX3 support this application? I only see examples 8/16/32 bit outputs. And the examples I see for CX3 are taking an input of RGB888 to output over USB. Do either of these chips meet my needs?
I'm trying to drive a display using a USB 3.0 input, the display takes 24 parallel lines input for RGB data.
Also I'm a noob, so thanks in advance for your help.
Yes, once you have the driver ready for sending the image/video data from host to FX3, you can develop a GPIF interface for communicating with DLPC3435. You can make use of the interface timings that you shared in reply 4 and correspondingly generate signals from FX3. This can be done directly without the need for an FPGA. We do not have a reference project for the same as of now.
Please refer to the documents found in the following location in the SDK installation path and develop the state machine for the same.